|6X - Mrs Allen||
6Y - Mrs Jacobs/
|6Z - Miss Senior|
Hello everyone and welcome to year 6! This year you will be working on lots of exciting things and going to wonderful places!
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|6Y||Friday PM||Monday PM|
|6Z||Tuesday PM||Monday PM|
For world book day, each class adopted a theme based on a book. The children spent the day visiting all the different classrooms to learn about the stories. Check out the other class pages for more pictures!
Mrs Allen's Class
Mrs Jacobs & Mrs Nelson's Class
Sadako and the
Thousand Paper Cranes
Miss Senior's Class
The Wonder Garden
Monday 4th March - Arrived safe and sound, all unpacked and ready to go!
Tuesday 5th March - Wow!!! What a morning already! After a perfect nights sleep, we are up and having soooo much fun!! We even had pancakes for breakfast!
Wednesday 6th March - Another great night!! We even had a game of dodge ball! Now it’s time for more archery, skiing and abseiling!! We are loving it!!
Thursday 7th March - What a week we are having!! Never seen so many smiling faces!! Everyone has tried something new and they are all so proud of themselves!!
Friday 8th March - After completing the hardest, trickiest and most challenging activity yet... packing! We are now enjoying our last two activities. All the teachers are so proud of the children! They have been wonderful and as always, the staff at Calshot have all said how lovely they are!
We can’t wait to see you all! I’m sure they will all sleep well tonight!
Twelve Year 6 children visited the Wavell to take part in the Wavell Maths Challenge. Three teams of 4 took part, competing against St Peters' and St Marks' schools. There were two prizes, for first and second place. I am very proud to tell you that we won BOTH first and second place! – as we did last year!
Year 6 have been enjoying studying lots of different genres this month. Here they are writing descriptions based on Michael Murpurgo's Kensuke's Kingdom